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Studio Art & Art History
9:11 am
Sun April 20, 2014

Big Donation to Yield New Building at Knox

Credit Rich Egger

Knox College is in the process of selecting an architect to design a new building for studio art and art history.

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Invasive Species
12:02 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

Chinese Market Could Help Rid Midwest Rivers of Asian Carp

Recently processed Asian carp hang in racks at the Two Rivers Fisheries processing plant in Wickliffe, Ky. The fishing industry hopes demand from China can both create a market for, and help rid U.S. rivers of, the invasive species.
Credit Jacob McCleland for Harvest Public Media

Water experts worried about Asian carp may have new hope.

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Locals Make Up Difference
11:12 am
Fri April 18, 2014

State Keeps Cutting Task Force Money

The Lee County Narcotics Task Force says it will continue to do more with less help from the state of Iowa.

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Never Forget the Toughest Days
9:11 am
Fri April 18, 2014

Outgoing Volunteer Fire Chief Looks Back

Former Jackson Township Fire Chief Paul Henson (foreground) completing aerial training.
Credit Paul Henson

A man who just retired as Chief of a volunteer fire department in rural Lee County says he would not change a thing about his lengthy tenure, despite some very difficult experiences.

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Citizens Committee Could Meet
6:54 pm
Thu April 17, 2014

Lee County Approves KAH Funding

Keokuk Area Hospital will get more than $103,000 from Lee County.
Credit Jason Parrott / Tri States Public Radio

Lee County has once again agreed to give Keokuk Area Hospital more than $100,000.  This makes it more than $200,000 in fewer than 12 months.

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